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13-Oct-2006, 08:37 PM #16
Can Anyone give me Image Compressor Software????

Specially 4 GIF
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13-Oct-2006, 10:27 PM #17
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Anyone have any opinions about ... http://www.getpaint.net/
Fast and basic image editing app. Great for quick fixes.
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17-Oct-2006, 11:48 PM #18
Microsofts RAW Image Viewer.............
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/u...photo/raw.mspx



Supported File Types and Camera Models

The software supports the following image types:



- Canon EOS RAW images (.crw, .cr2, .tif)

- Nikon Electronic Format images (.nef)

- Bitmap images (.bmp)

- JPEG images (.jpg, .jpe, .jpeg)

- Windows Metafile images (.wmf)

- Tagged Image File Format images (.tif, .tiff)

- Graphics Interchange Format images (.gif)

- Portable Network Graphics images (.png)



The following new camera models are supported in the version 1.0 (Build 50) release of the Microsoft RAW Image Thumbnailer and Viewer:



- Canon EOS 1D Mark IIn

- Canon EOS 5D

- Nikon D2Hs

- Nikon D50

- Nikon D70s

- Nikon D200*



Camera models already supported in version 1.0:



- Canon EOS 1Ds

- Canon EOS 1D Mark II

- Canon EOS 1Ds Mark II

- Canon EOS D30

- Canon EOS D60

- Canon EOS 10D

- Canon EOS 20D

- Canon EOS Digital Rebel (300D)

- Canon EOS Digital Rebel XT

- Canon Powershot G2

- Canon Powershot G3

- Canon Powershot G5

- Canon Powershot G6

- Canon Powershot Pro1

- Canon Powershot s30

- Canon Powershot s50

- Canon Powershot s70


- Nikon D1

- Nikon D1x

- Nikon D2H

- Nikon D2x

- Nikon D70

- Nikon D100

- Nikon D200*

- Nikon Coolpix 8800

- Nikon Coolpix 5700
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19-Nov-2006, 12:48 AM #19
Noyb just announced an update for Irfanview 3.99

you can get it at Tucows as well as plugins for 3.99 .......

http://www.irfanview.com/ ...... or at

http://www.tucows.net/start_dl/194967_75076_8870/dlp/

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26-Nov-2006, 07:53 PM #20
This one is good for basic photo edits but it also has some good color tools. The rotation tool is maybe the one I use it most for.

http://picasa.google.com/
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26-Nov-2006, 11:26 PM #21
Thanks for the link (orig.) Wimpy, cool stuff there!
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30-Dec-2006, 10:37 AM #22
Free programs here: http://www.vicman.net/vicmangofree.htm

I've tried the REd Eye Removal tool and love it more than Photoshop! It's quick and easy. I haven't tried any of the other ones but some do look promising.
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31-Dec-2006, 01:29 PM #23
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Free programs here: http://www.vicman.net/vicmangofree.htm

I've tried the REd Eye Removal tool and love it more than Photoshop! It's quick and easy. I haven't tried any of the other ones but some do look promising.
I don't like the interface of some of those programs......otherwise they are great.
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31-Dec-2006, 04:17 PM #24
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I don't like the interface of some of those programs......otherwise they are great.
I gave them a Hotmail e-mail addy so they could send me the download links and never did get anything. Did you use an ISP assigned addy, Hotmail or Google?
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31-Dec-2006, 05:38 PM #25
I think I gave them a MSN or Gmail address.
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31-Dec-2006, 07:08 PM #26
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I think I gave them a MSN or Gmail address.
The Gmail addy worked so I thought I would give the Cartoon one a shot. You are right the interface isn't that great but the program works and it's free. I can't see where I would use it but what the heck. I have a few relatives I could have fun with. Here's an example of one I played with for about 2 minutes. ( I did apologize to Hoover, poor little bugger )
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31-Dec-2006, 08:06 PM #27
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The Gmail addy worked so I thought I would give the Cartoon one a shot. You are right the interface isn't that great but the program works and it's free. I can't see where I would use it but what the heck. I have a few relatives I could have fun with. Here's an example of one I played with for about 2 minutes. ( I did apologize to Hoover, poor little bugger )


Say sorry to Hoover for me, I just had to.

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31-Dec-2006, 09:05 PM #28
Now that is cool. Can you save it as a gif that plays tru your effect too?
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31-Dec-2006, 09:06 PM #29
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Now that is cool. Can you save it as a gif that plays tru your effect too?
Yeah, just a second.......
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31-Dec-2006, 09:21 PM #30
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Yeah, just a second.......
13 Minutes Ago and counting is a very long scound.
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